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Check paper and check printer cartridge light

My check paper and check print cartridge light keeps blinking and i can't figure out why. How can i get it to go off?

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First try to turn off the printer and then turn on again, if the problem still comes then uninstall the printer software and re install again, if the problem still comes then i am afraid the unit is faulty by the functionality with the button control.

Posted on Nov 30, 2007

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